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Fiberglass Pump Shelves & Pump Tables

Fiberglass Pump Shelves & Pump Tables

Environmental Composites can design & build Pump Shelves, Pump Tables, and Pump Shields to meet the needs of your particular application. Our design team is ready to make sure that your shelf size and load requirements are met.

Corrosion resistant, non-conductive and easy to install are some of the benefits of the Enviro FRP Pump Table, Pump Shelf and Pump Shield product line.

Please contact us today at (352) 343-3449 or reach out to us on our online contact form for more information on custom fiberglass fabrication and how our innovative design process can work for your project.

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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

In years past, skimmers were made from materials that - due to their recyclable “scrap” value - were attractive to thieves. Over 16 years ago, however, the first Enviro-Glaskimer was installed. Fiberglass skimmers have no residual scrap value, and therefore they are still on the job today, protecting the quality of our water in Florida.

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Storm Hardened Fiberglass Surge Grating - Hurricane Irma

Friday, October 20, 2017

Storm Hardened Fiberglass Surge Grating endured the thrashing of Hurricane Irma as it landed at the boat dock and deck at an 8 Million dollar house in Key Largo. The house, dock, and deck survived with minimal damage attesting to the theme of “do the right thing always” with Enviro Fiberglass Surge Grating.

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Hurricane Irma’s impact on lakes and waterways

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Along with Hurricane Harvey, Irma set records with her power, and the devastation she left in her wake. Irma destroyed more than 90% of the structures on Caribbean islands and left thousands without homes.

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